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Focus – The Hanged Man

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We Damanhurians are proud that the Leader is rich and flies like the Falcon.

Today we ask ourselves: how is it that we all only have the minimum to survive in our pockets while He, the Enlightened Leader, just for recent tax evasion has to give the State two million euro. And yet no one wants to speak badly of the dead. I agree that he has supernatural powers, that he incarnates the God Horus, that he is a descendant of Atlantis, that he paints like Picaszo (Ed: pun – shit) and that he makes everyone meditate.

However, something is not quite right even though the motto is: “All for One and One for …Oneself”.

We don’t know how much we earn but we receive just enough for board and lodging and Meditation now and again. Sometimes we are forced to use moral blackmail on our families when we make them enjoy our rare visits. A small commiserate offering like the old idea of pocket money wouldn’t go amiss.

The most disturbing thing as regards our future is that no one has INPS contributions (Ed: pension, health insurance); just a few months cover for many years of work.

How come all the controls have happened since 2007? Perhaps the synchronic defense has retired?

And in the birthday ‘divination ‘to predict the future of synchronic and supernatural forces, Falco extracted the tarot of the ‘Hanged Man’ with his own hand. He went pale but yet again deceived all those present with his interpretation.

Now the State has arrived.

Giorgiosan

Posted  24/08/2009/ 11:45 to ‘Noi e le sette’ of www.focus.it under the title ‘Re: Guai fiscali per il Falco

the-hanged-man

The Hanged Man (XII) is the twelfth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It may also be known as The Traitor, particularly in older decks.

Modern versions of the tarot deck depict a man hanging upside-down by one foot. The figure is most often suspended from a wooden beam (as in a cross or gallows) or a tree. Ambiguity results from the fact that the card itself may be viewed inverted. Is the man or the world upside-down?

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Written by damanhurinsideout

August 24, 2009 at 4:05 pm

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